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GroundBreakers
Wednesday, January 27, 2021, 07:00pm

 

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Groundbreakers
When discussing having to have our Religious Education classes online, I wondered what I could offer, and the answer was clear– since I’m a storyteller, I should do just that. So I hereby announce my sessions telling of UUs who broke new ground, and some of the movements they led. After a short biography, we’ll discuss their story and their impact on UUism. - Daniel Polk


Alternate Wednesdays, 7:00 pm. Please register below to receive your link to the online meeting.

Wben you attend, please set your Zoom profile so we know who is joining & which congregation you are representing.


September 23: Rev. Egbert Ethelred Brown – The First Black Unitarian Minister
October 7: The Iowa Sisterhood – Women Who Changed the Course of Unitarianism
October 21: Jan Hus and the Flaming Chalice – A 600 year-old Symbol of Faith
November 4: Fanny Kemble – The British Harriet Beecher Stowe
November 18: James Luther Adans – The Most Prominent UU Theologizn
December 2: Five Smooth Stones – J L Adams’ Principles of Liberal Religion
December 18: James Pierpont – Composer of Jingle Bells
December 30: Jan Hus – Origins of the Flaming Chalice

January 13: Mary Lou Hoffman & Roe vs. Wade

GroundBreakers Videos with Daniel Polk

  • Up NextMary Lou Hoffman and Roe v. Wade
    Mary Lou Hoffman will be joining to discuss her involvement with six other women who first...
  • Up NextJames Pierpont – Composer of Jingle Bells
    How many know about the artist behind the song?
  • Up NextFive Smooth Stones
    Unitarian Universalists use our Five Smooth Stones to build a more just, loving, and free world.
  • Up NextJames Luther Adams with Daniel Polk
    James Luther Adams - The Most Prominent UU Theologian - Unitarian Universalists use our five...
  • Up NextFanny Kemble – The British Harriet Beecher Stowe
    Fanny Kemble - From actress to abolitionist - With Daniel Polk
  • Up NextThe Flaming Chalice with Daniel Polk
    Jan Hus and the Flaming Chalice – A 600 year-old Symbol of Faith
  • Up NextIowa Sisterhood with Daniel
    The Iowa Sisterhood – Women Who Changed the Course of Unitarianism
  • Up NextEthelred Brown with Daniel Polk
    Rev. Egbert Ethelred Brown – The First Black Unitarian Minister